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Mary Ann Bickerdyke (1817 - 1901)

"Mother Bickerdyke"

from her find a grave entry: At 30, she married Robert Bickerdyke, a sign painter and musician who was a widower with children. An early abolition activist, she transported escaping slaves in his wagon...

12/1/2012 8/16/2016

Lewis Thompson (1807 - 1866)

His grandfather, John Thompson, came with his brothers and mother, Elizabeth (McGraudy) Thompson from Ireland in the mid 1700's after the death of her husband, Hugh. John's home in Bucks County is a hi...

1/17/2009 8/11/2016

Rosanna Thompson (1808 - 1894)

Rosanna was the daughter of John and Rosanna (Cormack) Gordon. She first shows up in the church records of the Union Methodist Episcopal Church in 1824 when she was accepted as a member. She's listed t...

1/17/2009 8/10/2016

Isaac Newton Arnold (November 30, 1815, Hartwick, New York - April 24, 1884, Chicago) was an attorney, American politician, and biographer who made his career in Chicago. He served two terms in the U...

10/2/2013 8/7/2016

John Covode, a Representative from Pennsylvania; born near West Fairfield, Westmoreland County, Pa., March 17, 1808; attended the public schools; engaged in agricultural pursuits, manufacturing, and ...

7/16/2016 7/16/2016

Edward Dwight Daniels (1828–1916) was a geologist, abolitionist, and Civil War soldier. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, he moved to Wisconsin at age 21 to pursue a career as a geologist and aca...

7/14/2016 7/14/2016

William Leete Stone, Sr. (1792 - 1844)

. William Leete Stone (20 April 1792 New Paltz, New York (or 1793 Esopus, New York) – 15 August 1844 Saratoga Springs, New York), known as Colonel Stone, was an influential journalist, publish...

5/15/2014 7/4/2016

Charles Pinckney Sumner (1780 - 1850)

Charles Pinckney Sumner was a liberal Harvard-educated lawyer, abolitionist, and early proponent of racially integrated schools, who shocked 19th-century Boston by opposing anti-miscegenation laws. He ...

6/25/2011 7/2/2016

Thomas Walter Ward, Jr. (1798 - 1890)

Born 1798 in Shrewsbury. He taught school then became store clerk in Boston. He opened a store in Boston in 1824 but then moved to Connecticut and became a successful store-owner and active member of t...

6/28/2016 6/28/2016

Henry Dana Ward (1797 - 1884)

Henry Dana Ward (Shrewsbury, Massachusetts 1797-1884) was an American abolitionist, anti-Masonic campaigner, and Millerite Adventist. He was grandson of the Revolutionary general Artemas Ward. He gra...

6/28/2016 6/28/2016

Leopold Karpeles, born in Prague, Bohemia in 1838, emigrated with his older brother Emil to Galveston, Texas at the age of 11. He became an expert rider, and eventually one of the youngest members of t...

10/14/2011 6/26/2016

Edward Rosewater MP (1841 - 1906)

Edward Rosewater, born Edward Rosenwasser,[1] (January 21, 1841 – August 30, 1906) was a Republican Party politician and newspaper editor in Omaha, Nebraska. Rosewater had a reputation for alw...

5/15/2013 6/26/2016

abolitionist

6/25/2009 6/16/2016

Mary Brown (1821 - 1886)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via sister Almeda Hardy (born Olney) by SmartCopy : Mar 19 2015, 20:30:05 UTC Birth: Feb. 7, 1821

10/21/2008 6/12/2016

Benjamin Franklin Brown (1815 - 1893)

6/12/2016 6/12/2016

Thomas Drew Stetson (1827 - 1914)

Stetson, Thomas Drew was born on May 30, 1827 in Kingston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of George and Deborah P. (Washburn) Stetson. Educated public schools, Pierce Academy and at Taunton Loco...

6/5/2008 6/4/2016

Augustus Brandegee (1828 - 1904)

Augustus Brandegee (July 12, 1828, New London, Connecticut – November 10, 1904, New London, Connecticut) was an American lawyer and politician who served in the House of Representatives for Co...

9/2/2007 6/3/2016

Henry Evans (deceased)

Born free in Orange County, North Carolina, the Evans brothers learned their trades as young men and married two sisters, Henrietta (who married Henry c. 1844) and Sarah Jane (who married Wilson Bruce ...

10/27/2012 5/22/2016

Wilson Bruce Evans (1824 - 1898)

Wilson Bruce Evans (1824-1898), an African American carpenter and furniture maker, built this red brick, hipped roof, home in 1854-56, shortly after he and his brother Henry arrived from North Carolina...

11/7/2011 5/22/2016

Paulina Kellogg Wright Davis (August 7, 1813 – August 24, 1876) was an American abolitionist, suffragist, and educator. Paulina Kellogg was born in Bloomfield, New York, to Captain Ebeneze...

2/26/2012 5/18/2016

John L. Stevens (1820 - 1895)

John Leavitt Stevens (August 1, 1820 – February 8, 1895) was the United States Minister to the Kingdom of Hawaii in 1893 when he was accused of conspiring to overthrow Queen Liliuokalani in as...

5/13/2016 5/13/2016

Sayles Jenks Bowen (1813 - 1896)

Sayles Jenks Bowen (1813–1896) was the twentieth Mayor of Washington City, District of Columbia, from 1868 to 1870. Bowen was one of the most controversial mayors in the history of the America...

5/10/2016 5/10/2016

Peter H. Clark (1829 - 1925)

Peter Humphries Clark (March 29, 1829 – June 21, 1925) was one of Ohio’s most effective black abolitionist writers and speakers. He became the first teacher engaged by the Cincinnati blac...

12/29/2008 5/7/2016

Angela Heywood (1840 - c.1935)

Angela Heywood (1840-1935) was a radical writer and activist, known as a free-love advocate, suffragist, socialist, spiritualist, labor reformer, and abolitionist.

10/27/2008 5/5/2016

Ezra Hervey Heywood (1829 - 1893)

Ezra Hervey Heywood (/ˈheɪˌwʊd/; September 29, 1829 – May 22, 1893) was an American individualist anarchist, slavery abolitionist, and advocate of equal rights for ...

10/27/2008 5/5/2016

William Wells Brown (c.1814 - 1884)

William Wells Brown (circa 1814 – November 6, 1884) was a prominent African-American abolitionist lecturer, novelist, playwright, and historian in the United States. Born into slavery in Montg...

4/30/2016 4/30/2016

Abraham Isaaks op den Graeff MP (1651 - 1731)

One of the thirteen original families who settled Germantown. Lived across Germantown Pike from Thomas Kunders. There is a marker on the original site of the Kunders house. (near 5125 Germantown Avenue...

2/25/2007 4/10/2016

Rev. Archibald Kenyon MP (1813 - 1890)

ARCHIBALD KENYON 1813 -- . Rev. Archibald Kenyon was born in Athol, Warren County, N. Y., July 31, 1813. His early school advantages were very limited, and he was compelled to make up the lack by p...

6/23/2012 3/26/2016

Luther Birge (1797 - 1881)

Luther Birge, a famous Abolitionist and temperance man, and well known to the pioneers of Illinois.

3/15/2016 3/15/2016

Thomas Hart Benton, U.S. Senator ("Old Bullion") MP (1782 - 1858)

"("Old Bullion")"

) Thomas Hart Benton (March 14, 1782 – April 10, 1858), nicknamed "Old Bullion", was a U.S. Senator from Missouri and a staunch advocate of westward expansion of the United States. He served i...

8/31/2007 2/26/2016

Abolitionist, Businessman. Born in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, he became the sole source of support for his family at age1 9 when his father died. He assumed direction of his father's silk and China good...

7/16/2011 2/21/2016

Richard Price Hallowell (1835 - 1904)

Richard Price Hallowell was born into a family of Quaker abolitionists. His parents' home was used on several occasions as stop on the Underground Railroad. He attended Haverford College in the early...

11/21/2008 2/21/2016

Henry Ingersoll Bowditch (1808 - 1892)

Henry Ingersoll Bowditch (1808-1892) was an American physician and a prominent Christian abolitionist. Bowditch was born on Aug. 9, 1808, in Salem, Mass to Nathaniel Bowditch, a renowned mathematicia...

8/8/2012 12/28/2015

Robert Dale Owen (1801 - 1877)

Newpaper editor 1825; Indiana Legislature 1836-1838;US House of Representatives 1843- 1847, introduced the bill to establish the Smithsonian Institution; Diplomat charge d' affairs 1853- 1858 Naples, I...

8/19/2007 12/15/2015

Benjamin "Pap" Singleton MP (1809 - 1900)

"Pap", "Old Pap", "Washington Singleton"

Benjamin "Pap" Singleton (1809–1892) was an American activist and businessman best known for his role in establishing African American settlements in Kansas. A former slave from Tennessee who ...

10/21/2015 12/9/2015

Sarah Josepha Hale MP (1788 - 1879)

Sarah Josepha Buell Hale (October 24, 1788 - April 30, 1879) was an American writer and an influential editor. She is the author of the nursery rhyme "Mary Had a Little Lamb". She famously campaigned f...

4/5/2012 11/25/2015

John T. Barrick (1808 - 1884)

From History of Butler and Bremer Counties, Iowa: J T Barrick was the next settler. He came here with his family in 1849, and was the founder of the village of Janesville. John T. Barrick, a native...

11/24/2015 11/24/2015

Adam Von Erden MP (1750 - 1817)

"Adam Fonerden"

After he moved to Baltimore in 1788, Adam served several terms on the City Council 5th ward 1797-1802. Another source has Adam in Fairfax in 1776 (profile photo text) October 5, 1797 : elected to the...

1/26/2013 11/15/2015

Pvt. Cyrus Packard (1796 - 1860)

War of 1812 He was a (Pvt) (Ryerson's) Regiment Massachusetts Militia. Find a Grave

11/4/2015 11/4/2015

Timeline of Abigail Mandana Holmes 1852-1938 1852 Abbie Mandana Holmes was born on January 28th to Reuben and Rebecca Holmes in Westboro, Massachusetts. 1864 Abbie moved with her family to Beaufo...

10/1/2015 10/6/2015

Rebecca Holmes (1824 - 1868)

Timeline Rebecca Winch Holmes, 1824-1868 1824 Rebecca Winch was born to James and Sally (Kilbourn) Winch in Holden, Massachusetts. ca 1840 Attended Leicester Academy, a prestigious co-educat...

7/3/2014 10/6/2015

Reuben Holmes (1820 - 1906)

Timeline 1830: Birth of Reuben Graves Holmes, the fifth of nine children born to Col. Peter and Olive (Graves) Holmes 1831: Moved to Paxton, Ma. to live with sister Olive and her husband who was ...

2/16/2014 10/4/2015

William Rawle (1759 - 1836)

William Rawle (April 28, 1759 – April 12, 1836) was an American lawyer in Philadelphia, who in 1791 was appointed as United States district attorney in Pennsylvania. He was a founder and first p...

9/2/2015 9/2/2015

James Burnett Abbott (1818 - 1897)

James Burnett Abbott was born in Hampton, Windham County, Connecticut on December 3, 1818. He was a grandson of Asa and Sarah Bidlock Fuller Abbott and his parents were James and Asenath Burnett Abbott...

8/28/2015 8/28/2015

Parker Pillsbury (1809 - 1898)

Parker Pillsbury (September 22, 1809 – July 7, 1898) was an American minister and advocate for abolition and women's rights. Life Pillsbury was born in Hamilton, Massachusetts. He moved to...

1/24/2014 8/21/2015

. Reuben D. Mussey, Jr. (often called RD Mussey) (May 30, 1833–May 29, 1892) was a Union Army colonel during the American Civil War and a distinguished lawyer. Between April 1865 and November ...

8/19/2015 8/19/2015

Eli Thayer was a member of the United States House of Representatives from 1857 to 1861. Prior to that, he was the founder of the New England Emigrant Aid Company that brought pro-free state settlers t...

4/21/2009 8/17/2015

Nathaniel Peabody Rogers (1794 - 1846)

Nathaniel Peabody Rogers (June 3, 1794 – October 16, 1846) was an American abolitionist writer who, from June 1838 until June 1846, served as editor of the New England anti-slavery newspaper H...

8/13/2015 8/13/2015

Thomas Lonsdale Gray (1815 - 1899)

“As these people concealed slaves during the day and smuggled them to other stations at night, they had many amusing and exciting adventures. Gray once started to Roseville with three slaves and...

8/5/2015 8/6/2015

Affadilla Moody (1808 - 1876)

"Apphia"

"Affadilla Deaver was a conductor on the Underground Railroad in Morgan County, Ohio. Deaver, whose maiden name was Moody, was born in Lisbon, Maine on February 24, 1808 (also reported as February 22...

11/28/2008 8/6/2015

Lyman Batcheller (1795 - 1858)

7/29/2015 7/29/2015

Robert Green "Bob" Ingersoll (August 11, 1833 – July 21, 1899) was a Civil War veteran, American political leader, and orator during the Golden Age of Freethought, noted for his broad range of...

7/22/2011 7/15/2015

Civil War Veteran. Residence Warsaw, Indiana; Enlisted on 7/28/1862 as a Private. On 7/28/1862 he mustered into "A" Co. 74th Indiana Infantry. He was Mustered Out on 6/9/1865 at Washington, D.C. So...

7/11/2015 7/12/2015

George Wythe (1726 – June 8, 1806) was an American lawyer, a Virginia judge, and a prominent opponent of slavery. He was the first law professor in the United States and a noted classical schola...

7/12/2008 7/9/2015

Stephen Hopkins (March 7, 1707 – July 13, 1785) was a governor of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, a Chief Justice on the Rhode Island Supreme Court, and a signer of the De...

9/29/2008 7/5/2015

Luther Melendy (1793 - 1883)

Luther Melendy, b. 2 June, 1793, m. Lucinda daughter of Simeon Kenney, Esq., of Merrimack, 31 May, 1825. She was b. 10 August, 1800; no children. They lived on the farm on Chestnut Hill cleared by his ...

5/2/2015 7/3/2015

Joseph Porter Eastman (1805 - 1888)

Joseph Eastman was a conductor on the Underground Railroad.

10/11/2008 6/13/2015

Alvan E. Bovay (1818 - 1903)

Major Alvan Earle Bovay (July 12, 1818 – January 13, 1903) was a founder of the United States Republican Party. Early life He was born in Adams, New York. He later attended Norwich Univers...

6/10/2015 6/10/2015

Rev. Joseph Royal Barnett MP (1758 - 1812)

"Joroyal"

Minister of Cedar Spring Baptist Church. (A General History of the Baptist Denomination in America, and Other Parts of the World by David Benedict. Published by Printed by Lincoln & Edmands, no. 53, Co...

4/26/2008 6/9/2015

Lucy Montgomery Ball MP (1807 - 1891)

"Joseph T. Ball had four sisters, three of whom were schoolteachers and all remained unmarried: Mary Montgomery Ball (1800-1829); Lucy Montgomery Ball (1807- 1891); Martha Violet Ball (1811-1894); and ...

5/13/2015 5/13/2015

Martha Violet Ball MP (1811 - 1894)

"Joseph T. Ball had four sisters, three of whom were schoolteachers and all remained unmarried: Mary Montgomery Ball (1800-1829); Lucy Montgomery Ball (1807- 1891); Martha Violet Ball (1811-1894); and ...

5/13/2015 5/13/2015

Franklin Benjamin Sanborn (December 15, 1831 – February 24, 1917) was an American journalist, author, and reformer. Sanborn was a social scientist, and a memorialist of American transcendental...

9/5/2013 4/25/2015

Calvin Fletcher (1798 - 1866)

Calvin Fletcher (February 4, 1798 – May 26, 1866) was an attorney, banker, farmer, landowner, and state legislator from Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. In 1821 Fletcher moved from Vermon...

4/25/2015 4/25/2015

Charles Turner Torrey (1813 - 1846)

Charles Turner Torrey (November 21, 1813 - May 9, 1846) was a leading American abolitionist. Although he has been largely lost to history until recently, he made major contributions to the freeing of...

4/24/2015 4/24/2015

Rev. William Henry Furness (1802–1896) was an American clergyman, theologian, reformer and abolitionist. Biography Furness was born in 1802. He went on to graduate of the Theological Depar...

4/18/2015 4/18/2015

Ebenezer D. Bassett (1833 - 1908)

Ebenezer D. Bassett (1833–1908) was an African American who was appointed United States Ambassador to Haiti in 1869. He was the first African-American diplomat. Ebenezer Bassett was appointe...

4/18/2015 4/18/2015

Laura Clay (1849 - 1941)

Laura Clay Wikipedia Bio

6/5/2009 4/1/2015

Ellen Craft (1826 - 1891)

Profile photo: Ellen Craft dressed as a man to escape from slavery. Ellen Craft (1826–1891) and William Craft (September 25, 1824 – January 29, 1900) were slaves from Macon, Georgia i...

3/31/2015 3/31/2015

Martha Ellicott Tyson (1795 - 1873)

Martha Ellicott Tyson (September 13, 1795 — March 5, 1873) was an Elder of the Quaker Meeting in Baltimore, anti-slavery and women's rights advocate, author of the first biography of Benjami...

3/30/2015 3/30/2015

Laura Smith Haviland (1808 - 1898)

Laura Smith Haviland (December 20, 1808- April 20, 1898) was an American abolitionist, suffragette, and social reformer. She was an important figure in the history of the Underground Railroad.

3/27/2015 3/27/2015

Elizabeth Margaret Chandler (December 24, 1807 – November 2, 1834) was an American poet and writer from Pennsylvania and Michigan. She became the first female writer in the United States to ma...

10/23/2009 3/27/2015

Thomas S. Hinde MP (1785 - 1846)

Thomas Spotwood Hinde (April 19, 1785 – February 9, 1846) was a newspaper editor, opponent of slavery, author, historian, real estate investor, Methodist minister and a founder of the city of ...

11/1/2012 3/23/2015

Erastus Milo Cravath (1833–1900) was a field secretary with the American Missionary Association (AMA) after the American Civil War, when he helped found Fisk University in Nashville, Tenness...

3/20/2015 3/20/2015

Oren Cravath (1806 - 1874)

Orin Cravath, of French Huguenot ancestry, was one of three men to form an abolition party in Homer, New York. He also used his home as a station on the Underground Railroad.

3/20/2015 3/20/2015

James Fairchild (1817 - 1902)

James Harris Fairchild (1817–1902) was an American educator, author, and former president of Oberlin College. Biography Fairchild was born in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, on November 25, ...

12/19/2008 3/19/2015

Henry Fairchild (1815 - 1889)

Edward Henry Fairchild (1815–1889) was an American educator. Fairchild was born in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. His father was Grandison Fairchild. When he was a child his family moved to nor...

12/19/2008 3/19/2015

John Millott Ellis (1831 - 1894)

John Millott Ellis (March 27, 1831 – 1894) was a 19th-century abolitionist minister and intellectual who served as acting President of Oberlin College in 1871. He was a Professor of Philosop...

3/19/2015 3/19/2015

John Todd (1818 - 1894)

) John Todd (November 10, 1818 – January 31, 1894) was a U.S. Congregationalist minister, co-founder of Tabor College in Tabor, Iowa, a leading abolitionist and a ‘conductor’ on ...

3/19/2015 3/19/2015

Theodore Tilton (1835 - 1907)

Theodore Tilton (October 2, 1835 – May 29, 1907) was an American newspaper editor, poet and abolitionist. He was born in New York City to Silas Tilton and Eusebia Tilton (same surname). On his...

3/17/2015 3/17/2015

Julie Ann Wilbur (1815 - 1895)

3/16/2015 3/16/2015

Norton Strange Townshend (December 25, 1815 – July 13, 1895) was a United States Representative from Ohio. Born in Clay Coton, Northamptonshire (England), in 1830 he migrated to the United...

10/14/2014 3/12/2015

Robbins Burrell MP (1799 - 1877)

Robbins Burrell (1799-1877) married Eliza Brigham (1801-1870) in 1825 and carried on the management of the Burrell Homestead after his father’s death. Robbins was active in the Abolition Movemen...

3/12/2015 3/12/2015

Antoinette Louisa Blackwell MP (1825 - 1921)

Antoinette Louisa Brown, later Antoinette Brown Blackwell (May 20, 1825 – November 5, 1921), was the first woman to be ordained as a minister in the United States. She was a well-versed public...

2/9/2009 3/12/2015

John Campbell MP (1808 - 1891)

John Campbell (1808-1891) John Campbell, the founder of Ironton, Ohio envisioned a large manufacturing town springing up in a short time in an 1849 letter to a cousin. Campbell had about $1,000 in ...

2/23/2015 3/11/2015

Uriah "Uri" Seeley (1791 - 1877)

"Uri"

from historical marker in Painesville, Lake County, Ohio: Built in 1819, this classic Greek Revival style colonial is attributed to the works of master builder and architect Jonathon Goldsmith. Golds...

3/11/2015 3/11/2015

George Luther Stearns (1809 - 1867)

from Wikipedia: George L. Stearns was born in Medford, Massachusetts on January 8, 1809, the eldest son and second child of Luther and Mary Hall Stearns. He was a member of the early Stearns family, ...

3/9/2015 3/9/2015

American businessman, educator, and politician William Huntington Russell was the founder of the Yale University secret society Skull and Bones. He was a descendant of several old New England families,...

7/15/2011 3/9/2015

Abolitionist. John Van Sandt was born in Fleming County, Kentucky about twenty miles south of the Ohio River. He was the son of Elisha and Margaret Crawford Van Zandt. His father was a Revolutionary ...

2/4/2014 3/6/2015

Betsey Mix Cowles (1810 - 1876)

Betsey Mix Cowles dedicated her life to fighting slavery and improving the status of women. Her desire for a formal education led her to Oberlin College, where she completed two years of study in 1840....

3/4/2015 3/4/2015

John Hunn, Sr. MP (1818 - 1894)

In 1845 he assisted Samuel Hawkins in the escape of his family from slavery in Maryland. Along with Thomas Garrett, he was convicted and fined in 1848 by the U.S. District Court, presided over by U.S. ...

4/19/2013 2/25/2015

Ebenezer Knowlton (December 6, 1815 - September 10, 1874) was a U.S. Representative from Maine, Free Will Baptist minister, and co-founder of Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. Born in Pittsfield, N...

11/28/2013 2/6/2015

In 1833 he became dissatisfied with the extension of slavery, and having read the life and writings of Thomas Jefferson, he became what was known as an Abolitionist. He served in the Civil War, being...

4/29/2008 2/6/2015

Francis George Shaw MP (1809 - 1882)

An influential philanthropist, Shaw inherited his father's wealth, enabling him to pursue his passions: social reform, the abolition of slavery, and politics. He spoke against slavery at every opportun...

3/11/2009 2/6/2015

Solomon Pepper Snow, Rev. MP (1811 - 1886)

Rev. Solomon Snow- Minister at Methodist Church, East Harwich , Massachusetts. Also spent time Preaching the Gospel at Osterville, East Dennis-Myricville(Berkley)-Rehoboth,Middleborough,Wesport Point-M...

12/28/2012 12/21/2014

Jerusha Bird (c.1787 - c.1875)

Ran Taunton, Massachusetts Underground Railroad station. .

12/19/2014 12/20/2014

Elijah Bird MP (1783 - c.1842)

Ardent Abolitionist and Humanitarians. Ran The Underground Railroad from Fall River , Massachuetts up thru The Taunton River North to Taunton, Massachusetts and on Northwood using other Quaker Relative...

12/19/2014 12/20/2014

Capt. Austin Bearse MP (c.1808 - c.1881)

Massachusetts Anti Slavery Society 1850- Vigilance Committee Boston 1850-1861- Captain - Ships- "Wild Pigeon"- "Moby Dick"- Ships Captain That Took MANY former escaped Slaves To freedom in Canada and U...

12/20/2014 12/20/2014

Ann Carroll Smith MP (1805 - 1875)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ann Carroll Fitzhugh (1805–1875) was an American abolitionist, mother of Elizabeth Smith Miller, and the spouse to Gerrit Smith. Her older brother was Hen...

6/1/2009 12/16/2014

Dorothy Ripley (1767 - 1832)

Dorothy Ripley (1767-1832) was an English missionary and writer who spent thirty years in the United States trying to secure better conditions for the slaves. Later in her life she became involved in p...

7/6/2013 10/24/2014

Dr. Moses Bloomfield MP (1729 - 1791)

Tombstone inscription: "Doctor Moses BLOOMFIELD, 40 yrs physician & surgeon in this Town, senior physician and surgeon in the Hospitals of the U. S. Representative in the provincial Congress and gene...

12/17/2010 10/16/2014